Use perennial vegetables instead of annuals.
Plant edibles including trees, vines, bushes, and ground-covers, to reduce your carbon footprint and have a “farmer’s market at home”.
Avoid using leaf blowers and other dust-producing equipment.
Leave dog leavings on the yard. they decompose and return nutrients to the soil
Use recycled wood chips to keep the weeds down, retain moisture, and prevent erosion
Use natural predators rather than pesticides which harm the environment.
Water grass early in the morning. See more on Water Conservation in Gardens
Borrow seldomly used items such as ladders, chain saws, and people.
Put leaves in a compost heap instead of burning them or throwing them away
Install water barrels to collect rain water from troughs. Place a small bucket in your sink to collect water when washing produce. Use this water in the garden.
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